Compiler Construction

4th International Conference, CC '92 Paderborn, FRG, October 5–7, 1992 Proceedings

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ISBN: 978-3-540-55984-9 (Print) 978-3-540-47335-0 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-15

    Transformation of attributed trees using pattern matching

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    Pages 16-29

    Generating LR(1) parsers of small size

  4. Book Chapter

    Pages 30-36

    Syntax directed translation with LR parsing

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    Pages 37-43

    Attribute-directed top-down parsing

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    Pages 44-50

    Another kind of modular attribute grammars

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    Pages 51-58

    Integrated graphic environment to develop applications based on attribute grammars

  8. Book Chapter

    Pages 59-65

    Implementing high-level identification specifications

  9. Book Chapter

    Pages 66-72

    Another solution of scoping problems in symbol tables

  10. Book Chapter

    Pages 73-87

    Compiler implementation of ADTs using profile data

  11. Book Chapter

    Pages 88-94

    The LDL — Language development laboratory

  12. Book Chapter

    Pages 95-109

    Actress: An action semantics directed compiler generator

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    Pages 110-124

    Creation of a family of compilers and runtime environments by combining reusable components

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    Pages 125-140

    The interprocedural coincidence theorem

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    Pages 141-155

    Provably correct compiler development and implementation

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    Pages 156-162

    On interprocedural data flow analysis for object oriented languages

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    Pages 163-175

    Testing completeness of code selector specifications

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    Pages 176-191

    A register allocation framework based on hierarchical cyclic interval graphs

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    Pages 192-206

    Register pipelining: An integrated approach to register allocation for scalar and subscripted variables

  20. Book Chapter

    Pages 207-218

    Instruction scheduling for complex pipelines

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    Pages 219-228

    Comparing software pipelining for an operation-triggered and a transport-triggered architecture

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